NFC East Betting Odds 2022

Division Winner And Betting Props

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Oddsmakers had the NFC East pegged as a close race between the Cowboys and Eagles to start the season. But Dallas has quickly faded after looking like a train wreck on Sunday night. The Giants and Commanders both started 1-0 and the Eagles looked sharp in their opening win.

This page serves as your one-stop shop for information on the NFC East that should lead you to the most intelligent bets. Find NFL odds, team previews, and the outlook of the 2022 NFC East.

NFC East odds 2022

To bet on a team future, click on the odds in the table below.

2022 NFC East outlook and predictions

The Eagles added a couple of key pieces on defense to shore up a disappointing pash rush and those new additions came up clutch in a 38-35 win at Detroit. Philly’s run defense seemed like a liability, but Jalen Hurts and company made up for it with an explosive offense.

Carson Wentz helped Washington shift its offensive strategy and the Commanders are now the second favorite on some books after coming up with a home win over the Jaguars. The Giants   are trailing Washington on most books despite achieving a far more impressive win at Tennessee.

With LT Tyron Smith (ankle) injured and several other Pro Bowl-caliber players gone, the Cowboys offensive line looked completely inept Sunday night. Dak Prescott was under constant pressure as Mike McCarthy’s run-fire team got outgained 152-71 on the ground.

Past NFC East division winners

YearWinnerRecord
2021Dallas Cowboys12-5
2020Washington Commanders7-9
2019Philadelphia Eagles9-7
2018Dallas Cowboys10-6
2017Philadelphia Eagles*13-3
2016Dallas Cowboys13-3
2015Washington Commanders9-7
2014Dallas Cowboys12-4
2013Philadelphia Eagles10-6
2012Washington Commanders10-6
2011New York Giants*9-7
2010Philadelphia Eagles10-6

* Super Bowl champion

How to bet on NFL division winners

The odds with division futures tells you who is favored (lower numbers are favored) and how much a successful bet would earn you. Using the opening lines for this market, a $100 bet on Dallas (+130) would win you $130 with a total payout of $230. A $100 bet on the Eagles (+230) would pay $230 for a total payout of $330.

It’s important to shop around to find the best line on a team. Here at TheLines, we lay out dozens of prices in front of you, saving you lots of time.

Finding out handle and bet distribution can also be a handy tool when betting not just divisions, but all NFL futures. Say the Cowboys are soaking up 76% of public handle, it may be worth fading the public and betting on the Eagles instead. However, note where “sharp money” or high rollers are putting their money. If the Giants have just 6% of the bets just 28% of the handle, that may suggest someone is laying a very large bet on them.

NFL division betting previews

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